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For the third year in a row, Microsoft announced Windows Server virtual summit 2020 edition that is planned to help you get to speed with many important capabilities and do more with Windows Server and Azure Stack HCI.
This year expect to deep dive into technical Windows Server content covered by leading industry experts, you will explore the roadmap of Windows Server, discover new skills and best practices, and get your questions answered in a live conversation with the Microsoft experts behind each product.
In this virtual experience, you will learn several tips and tricks about strategies, insights, and technologies to modernize and manage your Windows Server ecosystem — regardless of whether you’re running it on-premises or in the cloud. I had the privilege to meet the featured speakers in person on several occasions, they are well known and are well-positioned to bring you up to speed.
Do more with Windows Server
Do more with Windows Server in a new decade of innovation.
So what do you expect to learn by attending this summit?
Find out about the latest features of Windows Server, and learn how to extend your datacenter to Azure with unique hybrid cloud capabilities. Register for this digital event and see how to optimize your Windows Server workloads no matter where you run them: on-premises, in a hybrid environment, or on Azure.
Watch demos and learn best practices directly from the Microsoft Windows Server product team.
You’ll learn how to:
- Boost workload efficiency and scale with turnkey hyper-converged infrastructure solutions.
- Increase security and reduce business risk with multiple layers of advanced, built-in protection.
- Streamline your app development using containers and microservices.
- See tools in action, including Windows Admin Center, System Center, Azure Arc, and Azure Stack HCI solutions.
This free digital event will also include a live Q&A and presentations by Microsoft executives and engineering teams.
The event is on October 29th, 2020 starts at 5 PM Switzerland/CEST time and runs for 2 hours.
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